Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Grandmas Pearls of Wisdome


Grandmas Pearls of Gardening Wisdom


The beading fever continues. It’s been ages since I have strung a necklace, I really adore these white round plastic beads. The white plastic contrasts beautifully with the semi precious citrine stone beads.
I can't wait to take a jewelry metals class this summer so I can learn about antiquing silver and copper wire for wrapping jewelry. I like the look of old metals and I have some thunder egg rock slices begging to be adorned around my neck.


I went on a image hunt for wire wrapped jewelry and found these pendants, darling right! I love nests, perhaps its a sign I want to get a nest of my own.


On a walk through the neighborhood I got to see the spring blooms and awakening little gardens. It was amazing at how many different varieties of flowers there where and many I had never seen before. What nursery do these people go to? Each little garden was a little magical world tucked away, awaiting discovery. Since then I have been on a mission to find my own gorgeous plants... that I CAN'T KILL. I found succulents might be the key. These are some gorgeous string pearl of succulents. The picture I found was taken by Jeana Sohn.

4 comments:

Megan said...

Oh! I love the necklace! I also love to be able to read about your creative energies. I get so excited when you write a new blog and suddenly I saw you wrote two!!! Very inspiring, as usual. xo

Michelle Summers said...

Oh Megan, you flatterer ;)

Megan said...

Nope, not flattery! I`m totally serious. Wanna move to Vermont so I can talk to you in person and hang out in your studio? ay? Whaddya say? :-)

Michelle Summers said...

Lol Megan,
Perhaps I will have to take a little R&R time to come visit you and Ash this summer. I would love to have studio chats, perhaps we can set up a web cam and audio feed on our computers. We can see each others studios and talk at the same time?